Rob Chesney Of Greylock Partners Joins Trunk Club As COO

Trunk Club, a clothing service for men, has announced the appointment of Rob Chesney as Chief Operating Officer (COO). As COO, Mr. Chesney will play a central role in general management. He will also oversee customer acquisition efforts and lead innovation of the technology platform to enhance the customer experience and create operational efficiencies for the sales and fulfillment organizations.

Mr. Chesney comes to Trunk Club from Greylock Partners. In his role as Executive-in-Residence (EIR), he advised Greylock’s early-stage consumer-focused businesses looking to scale into large, market-disrupting companies. Prior to Greylock, Mr. Chesney served as Vice President of eBay’s Buyer Experience team, overseeing the company’s largest business verticals, including fashion, technology, media and home. He had previously led eBay Motors as Vice President and General Manager, taking the business from its early beginnings to one of the world’s top 10 e-commerce properties with thirteen million unique visitors a month.

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